The Eddie Mae Herron Center will host their Annual Christmas Open House at 1708 Archer Street in Pocahontas. We ask everyone to bring a non-perishable item for Bridge of Hope Ministries. We will have a special guest, MD Williams 4th Grader, Ashtyn Bradley to sing. There will be refreshments and door prizes.Details
The Eddie Mar Herron Center will be firing up their smokers to cook Baby Back Ribs, Boston Butt Roast and Turkey legs for pick up on Friday December 21. Ribs are $22.00 a rack; Roast are $25 and Turkey Legs are $9. Orders will be taken starting Nov 26 and we would prefer payment in…Details
The Eddie Mae Herron Center/Museum want to invite you to come to our election year candidate speaking and pie auction. Our event will take place on Friday night October 19, 2018, with a meet and greet and finger food from 5:00 to 6:00 pm. The speaking and pie auction will begin at 6:30. This is…Details
All proceeds from fundraiser benefit Eddie Mae Herron Center Museum. Skills & Drills Development Program 4-week basketball development program Volunteers from Williams Baptist University and the community 1-hour sessions for 4 weeks total $30 per player; $25 for each additional sibling Price includes all sessions, the ENTIRE 4 weeks & teeshirt Middle School boys &…Details
One of Pocahontas’ oldest buildings, the Eddie Mae Herron Center, will be celebrating its 100th birthday in 2019. The EMHC Board has launched its annual fundraising campaign with that event in mind. The white frame building, restored and added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2002, now serves as a museum and education…Details
“Remembering Mike and Maxine” May 19, 2018 from 3pm to 5pm at the Eddie Mae Herron Center. View our Facebook event for updates! Local author, Jan Ziegler is participating in The Longest Day®, an event to show our love for all those affected by Alzheimer’s disease. Please join us to show your support! Mike and Maxine:…Details
Classes from Alma Spikes Kindergarten visited the center and learned how to make butter.
We loved having Maynard’s 6th graders come visit the center.
Miss Pat and Miss Carol tell Maynard 5th grade students about George Washington Carver.
Maynard’s 4th Grade class visiting the Eddie Mae Herron Center.